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>>> let's get straight to "cnn newsro newsroom" with carol costello. >> soledad, thank you. >>> new this morning, president obama gets the endorsement of a much-loved republican. can it break the deadlock in an election that's just 12 days away? >>> also new this morning, the health of our economy. new jobless claims are out. it looks good. is it a sign the economy might be turning around? >>> a man loses his home to foreclosure and gets a mortgage settlement offer but it's not enough to even cover his first months rent. keith ward from michigan will join us later this hour. >>> and tigers fans, they are no fans of kung fu panda. gets things going with a bang. it was actually more like bang, ba bang, bang. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning to you. happy thursday. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining us. president obama is about to take the stage in tampa. and he'll have some big news to celebrate with his supporters. just over an hour ago, republican with vast crossover aappeal announced his endorsement for obama. listen to this from former secretary of state coli
eastern tonight on cnn. carol costello joins us from the "ne "newsroom." >>> hillary clinton says she is to blame. >>> and second debate will be moderated by cnn's candy crowley. mitt romney won the big coin toss. will president obama try to be more aggressive? >>> chris clooey, pro football player and political activist. >> to me that's flat out discrimination, the same as segregation or suffrage. >> on same sex marriage and paying more taxes and why he's so darn political. newsroom starts now. >>> and good morning to you. i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining us. 12 hours before the big debate tonight and hillary clinton throws the president a lifeline. secretary of state taking full responsibility for the death of the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans. >> i take responsibility. i'm in charge of the state department, 60,000 plus people all over the world, 275 posts. the president and the vice president certainly wouldn't be knowledgeable about specific decisions that are made by security professionals. they're the ones who weigh all the threats and the
the cheers for miguel cab rerra. >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> good morning. i'm carol costello. we begin with breaking news out of the middle east where a car bomb has rocked the city of beirut. at least five people have been injured. three of them seriously in the attack. nick paton walsh describing the scene as one of chaos. we will continue to monitor the story and bring any new developments. >>> on to politics but not the kind you are probably used to. take a deep breath and laugh. the presidential candidates and their wives skipped the campaign trail and hit the circuit, a new way perhaps to reach out to undecided voters. ann romney went to "the view." michelle obama went to kelly ripa. and the alford e. smith memorial dinner, a roast featuring presidential candidates. >> earlier today i went shopping at stores in mid town. i understand governor romney went shopping for some stores in mid town. >> we are down to the final months of the president's term. as president obama surveys the banquet room with everyone in white tie and finery you have to wonder what he's thinking. so little
in politics. >> we're out of time. we'll see everybody tomorrow morning. cnn newsroom with carol costello starts now. >> immoral, illegal and making the united states hate it around the world. a group of american activists are spreading that around in pakistan. live from islamabad. >>> a new government report shows two companies that employ thousands of americans may actually pose a security concern for the united states. >>> nascar drivers are questioning their safety after a 20 car pile-up at one of nascar's most famous tracks. why one driver calls it bloodthirsty. >>> the obama campaign launching a counteroffensive to a speech th hasn't happened yet. >> reckless. immaturish. that's what news media and fellow republicans called mitt romney's gaffe-filled july tour of england, israel and poland. >> that's what you call a prebuttal. prebuttal. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you. happy monday. i'm carol costello. that's where we begin on the campaign trail. president obama is raising cash. mitt romney is raising concerns. this morning he's
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is emerging here. a boom brought on my natural gas and oil wells. carol and her husband roger have been dairy farmers in carroll county for decades, raising five kids and working around the clock. >> the farm is around here. we didn't have -- to work together, our bills were paid and we couldn't do anything. we couldn't go anywhere. everything went back into what we were doing. to make our payments. >> then, opportunity knocked. rex energy wanted to lease their land for oil and gas exploration. suddenly, local farmland that would be worth $15 per acre is now valued at 5800 and lisa's allowed farmer to keep a portion of the profits in oil and gas are found. >> in 2009, did you ever have a thought that might be this would happen? >> no. never. and when that check came, i cried. i cried. >> you did. >> because we have worked so long, so hard to get to that point that that one check brought us. it's incredible. just incredible. people really don't understand the plight of the dairy farmer throughout the years. the ups and the downs. mostly downs. >> carol is a coveted swing voter in ohio. >> i ha
that they are flawsome. she's having a flawsome ball this week. also a talk with carole simpson, the first african-american presidential debate moderator. other guests, congressman steve israel from new york. debate is in his district. jen psaki with the obama campaign is going to join us and pop star mica. >> october 16th, a tuesday, "starting point" begins right now. >> morning, welcome, everybody. "starting point" this morning is the rematch. in just about 14 hours president obama, mitt romney, will square off in the second presidential debate. it's going to take place here. the debate hall on the campus of long island's hofstra university. going to be a town hall-style event, moderated by our very own candy crowley. candidates taking direct questions from a group of uncommitted voters. cnn's dan lothian is live for us at hofstra this morning. dan, good morning. >> good morning. and you talked about those uncommitted voters. about 80 of them will be in the audience, and from that group they'll be the ones asking the questions based on the coin toss governor mitt romney will get the first questi
of the issues are likely to repaint same you can the economy, taxes, health care and deficit. carol simpson moderated that debate in 1992. currently teaches journalism at emerson college and joins me from boston. nice to see you this morning. >> i have enjoyed the walk down memory lane. >> that was something else. i remember the first-ever town hool hamm and i know the clinton folks that really pushed this the commission on presidential debates grabbed onit. just walk me through where the campaigns are today. some people were highly skeptical at the time before it happened. what were your concerns going into that debate? >> well, when i was called and told that i would within moderator of this debate, i only had five days to prepare, they found out in august, i had five days to prepare. one of my biggest concerns is i had no tapes to look at to find out how you do this. there was no precedent. so, i was going to have to do this on my own. one of the things that from time to timed met most was undecided voters in richmond, virginia, might be afraid to ask their questions. they might freeze i
? assuming a second term? carol roth and general beala our post debate company and we have business and politics coming for you. newsweek, can you believe that? newsweek is our first topic. ♪ >> we've been comparing this election race this year to the 1980 campaign. we're doing that a lot here on "varney & company." but we have been saying the president, president obama, is like jimmy carter. and somewhat of an unpopular incumbent. look at the latest edition of newsweek. a picture of president obama with the headline, wait for it, the democrats' reagan the and the subtitle what obama will achieve in his second term. carol roth and jedia, you first, welcome, that's a stretch, isn't it? >> it's hilarious, reagan ushered in a real recover than had a fake recovery as obama does. this is media spin and claim this is a great or atore and came out before the debate and that was not a reaganesque performance last night. reagan was a guy that could relate to americans, expressed empathy, was not arrogant and down to earth in his delivery, the complete antithesis of barack obama. he brough
states could do that. excuse me, carole. >> thank you. mr. perot? >> well, it's cost effective to help russia succeed in its revolution. pennies on the dollar compared to going back to cold war. russia's still very unstable; they could go back to square one and worse. still, all the nuclear weapons are not dismantled. i'm particularly concerned about the intercontinental weapons; the ones that can hit us. we've got agreements but they're still there. with all this instability and breaking in the republics, and all the middle eastern countries going over there shopping for weapons, we've got our work cut out for us so we need to stay right on top of that and constructively help them move toward democracy and capitalism. we have to have money to do that. we have to have our people at work. see, for 45 years we were preoccupied with the red army. i suggest now that our no. 1 preoccupation is red ink in our country, and we've got to put our people back to work, so that we can afford to do these things we want to do in russia. we cannot be the policemen for the world any longer. we spent $3
, and governor bill clinton, the democratic nominee. my name is carole simpson and i will be the moderator for tonight's 90 minutes' debate coming to you from the campus of the university of richmond in virginia. >> tonight's program is unlike any other presidential debate in history -- we're making history now and it's pretty exciting. an independent polling firm has selected an audience of 209 uncommitted voters from this area. the candidates will be asked questions by these voters on a topic of their choosing -- anything they want to ask about. my job as moderator is to, you know, take care of the questioning, ask questions myself if i think there needs to be continuity and balance, and sometimes i might ask the candidates to respond to what another candidate may have said. now the format has been agreed to by representatives of both the republican and democratic campaigns. and there is no subject matter that is restricted -- anything goes, we can ask anything. after the debate, the candidates will have an opportunity to make a closing statement. so, president bush, i think you said it
been my only sex partner and that was after marriage. >> jason carol was inside the courtroom for the sentencing today. just listening to that audio, he is still claiming he's not a monster, he is the victim in all of this. but you heard them, victims had their say in court today. what did you see and hear in there? >> well it wasn't just the victims who had their say in court today, also judge cleland as well. since you just played the radio address, let me first give you what judge cleland had to say about that. he made it clear that he actually heard that radio statement that jerry sandusky had released. part of that statement sandusky felt as though it was some sort of conspiracy between the media and the courts and the victims. that's why he was tried for this original case. before sentencing, the judge said like all conspiracy theories, mr. sandusky, it flows from the undeniable to the unbelievable. and that's basically how the victims felt about this as well, brooke. and there were a number of victims who spoke today, three in all, victim number five, i'll start with hi
eggs. >> stephanie: you're so pedestrian. carol in pennsylvania. hi carol. >> caller: hi, i love your show. i'm so intune to you guys and can relate. here's what i would ask you to do. remind people this election is already underway to being stolen in 29 states, due to voter disenfranchising. >> stephanie: how about that. screaming about voter fraud. it is republicans. republican party paid $3.1 million to affirm under investigation for vote registration. fraud. >> caller: exactly. i don't think enough people are aware of it. i don't think nothing is being done. especially in pennsylvania. >> stephanie: carol, something is being done. it has become a criminal investigation in florida already and this same group i believe they're doing it in colorado so trust me, we're getting to it already, i kids not in a class with 50 other kids. this stuff used to be bipartisan, but by the way, when i say our kids i don't mean me because i'm childless, elderly loser shut in. [ ding ding ] >> you still pay property taxes and you help
want to thank carol for her comments. i think you should come on the road with me. [laughter] thank you, governor, for being here. i really appreciated. i appreciate your friendship. most of all, i am here because i want to thank all of you for what you are doing for our campaign. i see that you all have to the boards and are all getting ready -- you are getting ready to go out and canvas. thank you so much for being here today, what you are doing for this campaign. over the last couple of weeks, i have been traveling around the country. yesterday i was in iowa. tomorrow i will be in wisconsin. i see the energy and the enthusiasm that is building, just like here, just like in this room today. we are moving forward. i think this campaign is really connecting to people because it is about people's lives. for me, it is no different. it connects to my life as well. even if joe or not running for vice president, i would still be involved in this campaign. as carol said, i am a full-time teacher. as she knows as a teacher, teaching is not just what i do, it is who i am. i am sure there are ot
for joining me this morning. i'm carol costello. cnn "newsroom" continues now with ashleigh banfield. >> thank you very much, carol costello. nice to see you. and nice to see you, everybody. hi there, 11:00 on the east coast, 8:00 on the west coast. let's start here, three weeks and counting. that's how long we have until election day. and each day has its own challenges. today's is a debate. the second presidential debate this season. these debates seem even more critical when you look at this map. here you go. these are where the states have people already voting. so in these 18 states, if you hear something you like tonight, he can just run on out and cast your ballot tomorrow. five more states are going to join this list between today and next debate, next week. one of those five states is nevada, and it is a swing state. nevada. so we're going to tap into that undecided vote later on this hour. we'll ask questions about what makes these voters tick. what are they waiting for? and whether a second or even a third debate, for that matter, is going to help them make their choice. i'll be tal
, a zillion. the first moderator, carol simpson said the live tv experiment was so nerve-racking that what she did because she was so concerned about what people might say, she wrote down the candidates issues on a zillion three by five note cards. 80, the number of undecided voters chosen to submit questions ahead of crowley to c. 69, 900,000, number of people who watched the 1992 town hall. it is time for the second most watched debate ever. that was with sarah palin and joe biden in 2008. 23, the number of town hall type meetings that governor romney has attended this election cycle. president obama has attended one in the same time. that was in july. two, the clock will be kicking. . candidates are supposed to finish their answers in just two minutes. joining me live, presidential historian alan schroeder, author of presidential debate, 50 years of high risk tv. all right. so i know you're looking forward to this tonight. the bar for obama specifically. higher tonight than it was when he faced john mccain at his last town hall style debate four years ago and obama had to prove he was presi
of the best they can come up as an attack clause. >> if you watched carol costello's show, you would have thought it was all about big bird. >> big bird's creators have written a letter to mitt, how could you do this after all the mornings i taught your sons. >> media didn't could cover the fact that the president of corporation for pbs patricia harrison was vice chair of the party and people are not even talking about that. >> it depends on where you stand. brilliant pbs to hire her to lobby for more money from the government. >> we don't have a lot of money and we can't borrow from china. >> one hundredth of 1% is pbs. >> one one millionth of 1 percent is the other way. >> jon: speaking of gaffes and how the media handled them. next big debate is the vice presidential debate. what is going to be, i guess the means, as vice president biden goes up against ryan. >> you are all in chains and middle-class is buried. the media picked up on these on the way dan quayle there wouldn't be a debate. they would have biden in an undisclosed question. >> jon: big vice presidential debate comes next
respect, i'm sorry. bush: excuse me, i don't want to -- i don't want to, no go ahead carole. >> governor clinton. >> i get wound up because i feel strongly --- >> yes you do. >> let me say, first of all, to you that i believe so strongly in the question you ask that i suggested this format tonight. i started doing these formats a year ago in new hampshire. and i found that we had huge crowds because all i did was let people ask questions and i tried to give very specific answers. i also had a program starting last year. i've been disturbed by the tone and the tenor of this campaign. thank goodness the networks have a fact check so i don't have to just go blue in the face anymore. mr. bush said once again tonight i was going to have a $150 billion tax increase. when mr. quayle said that all the networks said, "that's not true. he's got over $100 billion of tax cuts and incentives." so i'm not going to take up your time tonight. but let me just say this. we'll have a debate in four days and we can talk about this character thing again. but the washington post ran a long editorial today sa
since carol simpson presided over a town hall style debate between president grneorge h.w. bush an bill clinton. >>> nuenough with the real news. let's talk about binders and as they relate to women. the school supply not to be confused with the trapper keeper is gaining notoriety and fame after mr. romney responded to a question about inequality for women in the workplace. governor romney recalled the time he was selecting cabinet members while governor of massachuset massachusetts. >> i mad thad the chance to pul together the cabinet and all the applicants seemed to be men. and i went to my staff and said how come all the people for these jobs are all men. they said these are the people that have the qualifications. and i said, gosh, can't we find some women that are also qualified? and so we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who had backgrounds that could be qualified to become members of our cabinet. i went to a number of women's groups and said can you help us find folks and they brought us whole binders full of women. >> binders full of women. that comment became on
this on for two days. carol costello asked facebook opinion polls, does this mean something about mitt romney. >> liberals were attacking the fact that he said he went out and asked for those binders when, in fact, he did -- >> they were making fun of the binders but the "washington post" cartoon, binders and the stories. that the liberals are trying to turn into a major thing. one called it a gaffe. a binder gaffe. >> this could be mentioned in a story but not a two-day story. >> jon: and mentioned that ann romney and michelle obama wore pink. it was breast cancer month. here is headline in us weekly. ann romney wears $1690 dress to the debate. what they don't tell you that mrs. obama's dress costed $1,759 and she topped it with a jacket that cost almost $1500. so it cost twice as much. >> everybody knows when republicans wear nice clothes it's rubing their face in the poor and when democrats wear something like that, it's wearing something classy. >> i got the pink memo. i think this is all silly. the issue is how do these guy do. did they do well enough -- >> it's not silly when it all til
supply of the world and he'd have nuclear weapons. and only the us could do this. excuse me, carole. >> thank you. mr. perot. >> well, it's cost-effective to help russia succeed in its revolution; it's pennies on the dollar compared to going back to the cold war. russia is still very unstable; they could go back to square one, and worse. all the nuclear weapons are not dismantled. i am particularly concerned about the intercontinental weapons, the ones that can hit us. we've got agreements, but they are still there. with all this instability and breaking into republics, and all the middle eastern countries going over there and shopping for weapons, we've got our work cut out for us. so we need to stay right on top of that and constructively help them move toward democracy and capitalism. we have to have money to do that. we have to have our people at work. see, for 45 years we were preoccupied with the red army. i suggest now that our number one preoccupation is red ink and our country and we've got to put our people back to work so that we can afford to do these things we want to d
exceeds the president. based on what, carol? the governor has no national record. my statement was accurate. romney's policy recommendations were strong or stroppinger than what the president -- stronger than what the president said. yvonne robinson, bill, it was concise and sound. thank you, yvonne. o'reilly, you are too sophmoric and ill informed. you are a harvard graduate with no common sense. i guess that explains it, right? tom mccray, very disappointing, bill, you are saying the word little and the governor can never be used in the same sentence. what say you? >> i say governor kristy has a big personality. arizona state university and you should send the governor a no pin head matt. >> at first i thought the tip of the day was con do sending, but now it is for insight and wisdom. excellent. >> bill, please tell us about the co author. he researched killing kennedy and killing lincoln charles. he lives in california. we write every line in the books together. good guy. puts up with me. gary, where can i get millers killing lincoln logs book? he loon -- at the lunatic sho
the president. based on what, carol? the governor has no national record. my statement was accurate. romney's policy recommendations were strong or stroppinger than what the president -- stronger than what the president said. yvonne robinson, bill, it was concise and sound. thank you, yvonne. o'reilly, you are too sophmoric and ill informed. you are a harvard graduate with no common sense. i guess that explains it, right? tom mccray, very disappointing, bill, you are saying the word little and the governor can never be used in the same sentence. what say you? >> i say governor kristy has a big personality. >> good morning everyone. >> i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather childers. it is friday october 19th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> we begin with the benghazi terror attack. >> this as president obama is coming under fire for how he just referred to the four americans tragically killed in the assault. good morning, peter. >> good morning, patti ann.
, they just don't know where he is. 25-year-old carol anderson is the suspect in the murder of their gamble. police say anderson shot and killed a gamble back on july 8. gamble was found inside a vehicle in the parking lot at the bar. anyone with the information on anderson's whereabouts should call police. police in howard county say a man who had recorded himself committing a crime. they are searching for a mysterious peeping tom seen in this video setting up that be the setting up a camera at the home of two women in ellicott city. he has been recording the women in their bedrooms and bathrooms since june. is not clear how to gain access to the condo, but he has seen multiple times resetting the camera. >> after a long and very heated court battle this afternoon, thousands of files from the boy scouts of america were made public. documents outlined decades of abuse by some scout leaders. jay gray has more on what is inside the so-called perversion files. >> these documents have been hidden from the public for decades, just like so many of the horrific crimes outlined in the nearly 15,000
not screened beforehand and moderator carol simpson walked through the crowd and had no idea what each person would ask tonight. >> governor clinton. >> i think i remember the question. and, let me say first of all, i want to answer your specific question but first of all we all agree there should be a growing economy. what you have to decide is who has got the best economic plan. bill: shades of yesterday. martha: boy, oh, boy. bill: like oprah style. martha: how about that hair? bill: how about it? that debate helped propel clinton to the white house and the town hall format has been used ever since. ross perot took 19% of the national vote. remember fox news is america's election headquarters. tune in later tonight, 8:55 p.m. eastern prime time. bret and megyn lead our coverage tonight. martha: looking forward to that tonight. thousands of voters in georgia lining up in the hours of this week, early hours to cast their election ballots because they're starting early voting there. despite the fact there are two more presidential debates go, these voters say they're done, their minds are mad
clinton, the democratic nominee. my name is carole simpson and i will be the moderator for tonight's 90 minutes' debate coming to you from the campus of the university of richmond in virginia. tonight's program is unlike any other presidential debate in history. we're making history now and it's pretty exciting. an independent polling firm has selected an audience of 209 uncommitted voters from this area. the candidates will be asked questions by these voters on a topic of their choosing -- anything they want to ask about. my job as moderator is to, you know, take care of the questioning, ask questions myself if i think there needs to be continuity and balance, and sometimes i might ask the candidates to respond to what another candidate may have said. now the format has been agreed to by representatives of both the republican and democratic campaigns. and there is no subject matter that is restricted. anything goes. we can ask anything. after the debate, the candidates will have an opportunity to make a closing statement. so, president bush, i think you said it earlier, let's get it on
chairman carol eisa. -- daryl isa. >> yesterday made a significant press announcement. the documents in that book all indicate unclassified. are you prepared to deliver those documents to us at this time? >> my understanding is that we made an information available last night and this morning. that material is still here and we would be glad to meet with committee or staff afterwards. >> no, we want it for this hearing. the information was not classified. it was perhaps embarrassing. can you make that available at this time? >> mr. chairman, the individual pieces may be classified, but the totality must be considered to be restricted. the context is important. >> i agree with you. with that, i now move that the unclassified document of september 11, 2012, appearing above the signature of the ambassador, to place in the record. without objection, so ordered, the staff will distribute it. additionally, i move that the document of march 28, 2012, replaced in the record without objection. so ordered. additionally, and these will have to be printed, the document of august 2, 2012, from th
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